Join us for this very special weekend in April when families, friends, and alumni join us to celebrate student achievement in the arts.
The Performing Arts Department, with a cast of 27 students, will present the Broadway musical Once Upon A Mattress, directed by Arts Department Chair Dan Call, on Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28, at 7:00 p.m. in the Zalk Theater.
We thank alumnae Jan Caldwell Thorpe, Happy Valley School class of 1960 for this wonderful walk down memory lane, insight into the first decade of our school’s history and it’s profound effect on a student’s life.
Our school magazine, Aun Aprendo, is named after our school motto, which means “I am still learning.” Find photos and articles highlighting winter and spring events, links to more photos and videos, save-the-dates, and more.
On February 21, Besant Hill School will welcome Dr. John Lawrence, president of the board of directors of MSF-USA.
The Happy Valley Foundation is pleased to announce that Portia Johnson ’00 has agreed to assume the role of Interim Head of School beginning on July 1, 2018.
Ever since the Thomas Fire, I have been deeply moved not only by the financial support we have recieved through our relief fund, but how many of you continue to call and email simply to check in and see how we are doing and to let us know how much you care.
Our school magazine, Aun Aprendo, is named after our school motto, which means “I am still learning.” In the editions below, you will find photos highlighting our beautiful California location and school events along with articles, links to video, save-the-dates, and more. Find alumni news in the Alumni Howl section.
We remain so grateful to the fire crews who SAVED OUR MAIN CAMPUS, but the damage to lower campus costly and will require everyone’s help as we move forward. We thank everyone for supporting the Besant Hill School Fire Relief Fund!
It is humbling to have to ask, but we are in a place where we have been humbled by this firestorm. Our community is small and it is going to be on all of our shoulders to help us rise up from the ashes. We have done it before, and this is a place of education that needs to exist for generations to come. This is our collective responsibility.